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it now go down because even the sentence of the obama press office, even they have to pay a little attention to this. they will never do their job completely, the johnny-come-lately media, but even they recognize what they have done here and the story about the a. p. journalists, it seems like a cancer is growing on the presidency. >> they have had two really horrible weeks and the narrative is not playing out. but, sean, hit it right where it needs to be focused on. that is you have agents for the president. that's how we have to be looking at this, going out and making statements they know are not true. the president of the united states said today if the irs actually did these things, and i said hold it, what do you mean if? the irs admitted they did targeted reviews. they admitted they violated their own internal revenue manual. they admitted in essence that they vialed the constitution. the whole idea that there is an "if" is ridiculous. the white house narrative isn't playing out whether it's benghazi or the irs. >> hammer, do you have a problem going after people who are tea
they will take from the news media in order to track down the leakers. >> the obama administration has been more aggressive tracking down leaks than any previous one. a spokesman in washington doing the investigation said prosecutors considered alternatives before subpoenaing the records and believe its actions strike a balance between protecting press freedoms and administering the criminal laws. >> thank you so much. >>> to two other controversies involving the white house including irs's targeting of special groups for special scrutiny. chuck todd has the latest on this. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. more conservative groups have come forward overnight saying it wasn't just irs agents in a rogue cincinnati office doing the targeting but this was also taking place in the irs here in washington. meanwhile, democrats made the outrage bipartisan by president obama. president obama spending monday night with supporters in new york city after a rough 72 hours for his white house. at a news conference monday, mr. obama said he's outraged with the irs. >> i've got no patience with i
at the administration and hope to drive down the popularity of president obama. they're hoping to make him someone that hillary in the end won't necessarily want to fully embrace. they want to create as much -- the whole idea of wedge politics is to sew division on the other side. that's what they're going to be doing here. >> i think it will be a test of democratic unity to see how this shakes down and how many ads you can make about one thing that actually has nothing to do with -- >> benghazi. >>ia exactly. coming up, you may not have heard that the suspected boston bomber, tamerlan tsarnaev, was quietly buried in a virginia cemetery last week. but the real story is the woman behind it. we have a look at grace and forgiveness in the tsarnaev saga, coming up next. ♪ [ female announcer ] from more efficient payments. ♪ to more efficient pick-ups. ♪ wireless is limitless. starts with ground beef, onions and peppers baked in a ketchup glaze with savory gravy and mashed russet potatoes. what makes stouffer's meatloaf best of all? that moment you enjoy it at home. stouffer's. made with care, fo
not particularly transparent or forthcoming with information, not exactly granted a ton of sit-down interviews to major newspapers. >> you see obama on the soft formats -- >> on "the view" and "the daily show" answering about drones, which is not the typical format. and the white house has also used leaks to its advantage in the past. i will read an excerpt from "the national review" online. they do not certainly -- we learned of the classified details of the obama-ordered bin laden raid, in other words when the administration wants the public to appreciate the unheralded and successful accomplishment, it leaks classified information that imperils national security. so it's compounded by the notion that, it was for national security. >> i don't want to make this about us whining that somebody invaded our privacy. the value of a free press to our society is you cannot state boldly enough what it is. and this is really going way over the line. we set up a false choice s. he's being complained about too many leaks. are we putting the administration in an impossible spot in i don't think so. you c
-- by the end of june, when the big pride parade marches down market street. >> ifill: president obama made a statement about the i.r.s. scandal just a few minutes ago. he spoke in the east room of the white house. he spoke at the east room of the white house. >> first, we're going to hold the responsible parties accountable. yesterday i directed secretary lew to follow up on the i.g. audit to see how this happened and who was responsible and to make sure that we understand all the facts. today secretary lew took the first step by requesting and accepting the resignation of the acting commissioner of the i.r.s. because given the controversy surrounding this audit it's important to institute new leadership that can help restore confidence going forward. second, we're going to put in place new safeguards to make sure this kind of behavior cannot happen again. and i've directed secretary lew to ensure the i.r.s. begins implementing the i.g.'s recommendations right away. third, we will work with congress as it performs its oversight role. and our administration has to make sure that we are work
turned down going on the sunday shows. why did susan rice who obama say had nothing to do with benghazi come out and speak? it was because no one wanted to deliver the talking points? >> did jay carney mislead us or didn't he? e appears today that what jay carney said in november i guess it was -- >> then again in may. >> okay. i want to say one thing about ansar al shari'ah, is that general petraeus said that he wanted to reference to ansar al shari'ah out of the talking points because he was concerned about tipping our hands and letting them know we were coming after him. he actively sought to remove the reference to ansar al shari'ah. you can look at the public testimony. so the point i'm trying to make here is that i don't think anything has materially changed. in this we know there's confusion. >> but i think you undermine your argument when you -- when you gloss over -- >> i don't think anybody was misleadi misleading anyone. >> you just said jay carney, he made a mistake in november and in may, come on, simon! >> there were mistakes made in this. >> it's not a mistake to say tha
to sit with first lady michelle obama at the president's state of the union address. he was hailed as a hero for managing to chase down an attacker after being shot in the face during a traffic stop. >>> later tonight, someone who felt lucky may turn out to be the luckiest person in the w as they pick the numbers for the powerball jackpot now at the least $600 million. and as we hear from miguel almaguer, perhaps no place is feeling the fever more than a tiny california town near the nevada border. >> reporter: on the edge of the california desert, the line in the small town of nipton snakes along the highway before it reaches the front door of the prim valley lotto store. >> i'm here to win the money. >> you'd think it was a guarantee the winning powerball ticket was being printed here. the wait, up to nine hours. >> i had to come all the way across the desert to get here. >> reporter: in neighboring nevada, where there is no powerball, the vegas gamblers have ditched the strip for the streets of nipton. >> i know i'm going to win. >> reporter: with the jackpot soaring to $600 mil
, be smart and tell me what surprised you in the polls? >> the fact that president obama's approval rating went up and not down in the wake of a very tough weak and it's a cautionary flag for republicans concerned about overreach and maybe a lesson for the white house which is trying with the president's travel and the message that he's portraying that he's focused on other issues, not on these scandals. >> it's bound to be good news. we should say we sort of characterize it as about the same as last month, 51 to 53 or something. >> but it didn't go down. >> what everyone thought it would do. >> given the outrage we all saw expressed, a couple points. one is that we also see in the poll numbers that the americans do care about these issues and these controversies. >> right. let's put those up. we do have the, do you think it's a very important issue to the nation, we asked about all three scandals. interrupt for one second. is this a very important issue to the nation, irs, 55% said yes, benghazi, 55% said yes, ap, 53% said yes. so it's not as though it's not an important issue to folks, i
] >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can you.r >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you! come! time has change for chris: tomorrow it's still barack obama's time but republicans are focusing on hillary clinton in 2016. us, especially women my age, find it hard to think of what it would be like to have a as first lady, but as head of state, chief executive and commander-in-chief. already, hillary's time at secretary of state is getting a legions of menas and women say it's her turn. did we do it right? this show back at how called hillary's last run for president. were we smart? were we? did we see
very far right as of friday without my knowledge there are legitimate he questions here. >> obama stalk to the line today that's not the ace. down played the terrorism angle on this. the irrelevancy irs issue they have had several years they have known about this and that was covered up. ig report in process. the woman at the irs who admitted to this and apologized for it didn't mean to do that this was not a planned release of this information. she was asked a question about it and that is deeply concerning. they did not figure out they needed to deal with this swiftly and bring people to answer for it. >> bill: the report comes out as mary katharine referenced later on this week. >> why the way, that's the one point that you were right on. >> that we know of. >> liberal, conservatives, no matter what, that is so dangerous to use the irs as a political weapon. everybody should be on board and stop that. >> bill: er with all on the same page that's wrong. but the fact remains mary katharine pointed out was going on a long time was covered up. the fact that you think pickerring did his j
that path, down that path. think it's unfair for president obama to nail in the target up there, and then say, well, if people shoot at the target, now i'm going to go after. the i think what he said yesterday, going to hold them accountable. i don't think it's fair. i hope he does go after them. we'll see. it's unfair maybe -- they're doing -- he has to expect they're going to do something. when he puts the list up there. so, my point is, he made the list. he put the target up there. he knew something was going to happen. i don't think he knew exactly what. but sure enough -- >> neil: but it happened. >> did. >> neil: left or right, guys, it can happen to any one of us. the full weight and power of the most feared agency on earth going after you. see you'd feel, and know what we do now about the irs, do you really want these guys policing your health care? talk about enough to make you sick. after this. you hurt my feelings, todd. i did? when visa signature asked everybody what upgraded experiences really mattered... you suggested luxury car service instd of "strength training
of foul play. >>> the acting commissioner of the irs has resigned. president barack obama made the announcement late this afternoon at the white house. o step down in the aftermath of the irs scandal that showed the agency improperly targeted conservative groups. the president has called the irs conduct inexcusable. >>> days after revealing she had a double mastectomy angelina jolie says she is taking another radical step to reduce her risk of cancer. today the 37-year-old actress says she is planning surgery to have her ovaries removed. her doctors say she has a 50% chance of developing oi vair yen cancer. remember that took her mother's life at the age of 56. 70% of women who test positive for the gene have their ovaries removed. >>> what is hidden in your food could affect your health. >> 7 on your side's michael finney is here with a special investigation. >> if your dog has allergies you could be giving them food making them sick without even knowing you are doing it. parents are diligent about reading labels, but the labels don't tell the whole story. >> and powerball pa
targeted conservatives with implementing a huge law? so president obama would like to tamp down the scandal as much as possible and say this agency had bad apples but. we clean but. host: is it significant that dan was also part of the bush administration? guest: yes, there's something to be set for reaching across the aisle when you are trying to build support for nominee, to have someone who's a republican. this scandal broke under the watch of an irs commissioner who had been appointed under president bush as well. the key line of questioning will be who knew what and when, did it go all the way to the top, did it stretched from this quasi-independent irs to officials of the white house, or people notified? the ways and means committee sent a letter. had folks come from the irs to the panel almost two ago. the irs consistently said we're not doing this, this is not happening. and now this new report from dave russell george says in fact it was. so there are frustrated lawmakers who want to figure out how they were told one thinks an inspector general said something else is happening. hos
the obama administration on this. it is the obama administration getting themselves on this. you don't go down this road and not expect to be caught. >> there was a lot of screwups. this is the worst of the issues by far. benghazi is going to be taken care of but the irs is going to have things. and the ap was ridiculous. it was about national security. >> sean: you agreed benghazi they lied and covered up. >> i said they mismanaged and did not tell all of the story they should have told when they told it. they should have had the e-mails out a week ago. >> sean: they had it right and it evolve into a lie. >> who dehe sided to send susan wright out there. susan rice rather. the most important point is who ordered the standdown of troops? >> sean: would you like to know where president obama was after he was informed about an attack on the consulate and didn't have contact be with pa panettr hillary? >> this was about a bunch of people who didn't do their job the way they should have done it. bad communication and they are paying the price for it. >> sean: when americans are arend attack w
until november. i think the chance of another down grade is remote because of the spectacular progress on the deficit. here is the interesting angle to me. it is not that obama's agenda is in at that time in tatteres is, it was months ago. i think what may has been, the things he doesn't want may get shoved down his throat, keystone pipeline and maybe another sequester n november he may have to accept sequester for 2014. >> slowly healing jobs market and plunging deficit mean there is a lot of other things, scandal things talking about in washington. if we were talking about those things, i can assure you democrats would be talking about the other two. thanks, guys. >> coming up. u 8 >>> partisanship and the inability of our elected leaders to put our prosperity ahead of politics paralyzed washington and that paralysis brought us debt debacles, sequesters, fiscal cliffs and it has gotten so bad olympia snow decided last year she could serve no more. she has a new book fighting for common ground, a memoir of her career. when i sat down with her i asked her point-blank what is wrong with
that? the fact that eric holder apparently was supposed to, you know, put all of this down in writing and doesn't do it? this is the nation's top law enforcement. >> this is typical of what you see as the informality of governance of the obama administration. they believe that word of mouth is sufficient when it shouldn't be. they believe that management is something left to underlings. they don't seem to take much of the acts of governance as seriously as we might ask them to do. >> big story of the week, though, chris matthews, the thrill up the leg is gone. >> next on news watch, more on the media and the scandals overshadowing the president. >> is there a siege mentality on the west wing right now? >> the white house press grilled obama's spinman. will the media dig deeper for the details or back off to protect their man? find out next on "newswatch" [ man ] on december 17, 1903, the wright brothers became the first in flight. [ goodall ] i think the most amazing thing is how like us these chimpanzees are. [ laughing ] [ woman ] can you hear me? and you hear your voice? oh, it's e
was the headline from "the washington post." at a press conference thursday, obama reiterated he did not know about i.r.s. targeting of conservative groups before an i.g. general report was leaked to the news media. that's not what he said. it does come down to how it's actually reported too. >>brian: i'm going to be watching when you see steve miller, who is going to be losing his job in two weeks, he is going to be grilled today on capitol hill in front of the senate finance committee. and that is going to be just the tkpwepbg. both sides -- going to be just the beginning. because both sides have a reason to feel they have to ask direct questions of the i.r.s. >>gretchen: he was not there at the beginning of the whole thing when it started. >>brian: if my time line is correct, i would say this. when he was asked, he didn't know. two months later he found out and didn't come forward. so if he really was a man of ethics and values as it appears from the time line, he would say you asked me two months ago and i just found out we were targeting tea party groups and some religious groups. >>steve: and
feels is something every house member should get to do at least once. it was a rite of passage. obama care has long been the pinata that republicans continue to blindly whack away at. but this week's tie-in to the irs, it would seem as if the pinata had exploded and rained down republican candy. >> many people have said that obama care is here to stay. we are here as the people's representatives, as real people from, across the united states to say -- this issue is now revived. it is back on the table. >> standing aside a towering stack of dreaded obama care regulation, house speaker john boehner pummeled the president. >> nothing dissolves the bonds between the people and their government like the arrogance of power here in washington. that's what the american people are seeing today from the obama administration. remarkable arrogance. >> indeed, the american people are seeing remarkable arrogance, although whether the remarkable arrogance is coming from the white house or congress is up for debate. asked if the gop dpren city over the scandals were distracting from you know, actuall
and not just obama bashing. we'll see how those go down. thank you for joining us. >> good to be with you. >>> up next, we'll spin on the day's developments. we have a very special mystery guest. he will take a seat at the table. that's a çhint. a he. a cyclist, a guest. mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004. vietnam in 1972. [ all ] fort benning, georgia in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve military members, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. that was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again, and now i gotta take more pills. ♪ yup another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] this may, buy al
rights in the obama administration which is leery youth -- about that, ut new programs down t pipe with the president's health care law. this will be administered through the irs. people think the hhs and health services folks are in charge of this, which makes sense, but the irs is the governing body for the president's health care law meaning that taxpayers are going to be in big troublewhen that comes, you know, into full application. gerri: that's my question. so they are also asking for personal information, not just the tea partyers, but every single american from sea to shining sea. what do they want to see fr us? >> you heard talking about the way the irs is prying into her own home business if you will. alamericans in 20 # 14 are going to have to startreporting to the irs whether or not they purchased health care and whether or not that health care qualifies as health care coverage as its specified under the president's health care law, so what that looks like when you file taxes in 20 # 14 i that you're going to have another form to file on top of the w-2 that you get, --
for andrea mitchell. president obama in a joint news conference with david cameron makes it known that the benghazi probe is nothing but filled with political motivations. >> who executes some sort of cover-up or effort to tamp things down, for three days? so the whole thing defies logic and the fact that this keeps on getting churned out, frankly has a lot to do with political motivations we've had folks who have challenged hillary clinton's integrity, susan rice's integrity. mike mullen and tom pickering's integrity. it's a given that mine gets challenged by these same folks. >> joining me now for the daily fix, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor and managing editor of post politics.com and senior editor and kelly o'donnell. it was a defiant president obama today, let's see he used political circus, sideshow, and no "there" there. if there was any doubt about how the president feels about the benghazi probe coming from capitol hill, i think we now know. >> no question. chuck, contrast that to how he approached the irs story, the question was a two-parter, actually a three-parter.
. that is exactly what they are doing. carney came out president obama is a friend of the first amendment. friend of the first amendment? >> greg: you have seeing searching bobbing and weaving. you look at holder, he is down so far he comes back aed and he is will get the bends. >> andrea: it's a terrible dance contest. not give it a ten. i want to ask, why wouldn't the obama administration go to the associated press if they are concerned with this may story on a foiled. >> why such draconian moves? >> dana: it could be they did ask, maybe they were denied. they might be able to explained and have very good reason for what they did. i'm going to dif government deference on that until we know more. the reason that eric holder had to recuse himself because he was investigated, he was being questioned as part of the investigation to find out -- i don't know exactly why. i assume it was because if there was any knowledge about a leak about a foiled terror plot. i do think, however, they knew it was coming and they were caught flat-footed. they could have been out beforehand or contacted the a.p.. ins
or gun control and all these things that president obama wants to make his signature in the second term. instead spending his time trying to get rid of these stories, push them down and give down the fires raging all around washington. to go the administration is now releasing e-mails into the benghazi attack in which chris stevens, the american ambassador, was killed. >> 100 e-mails released. i do not think the administration would release them if they had anything to fear. the argument has been very detailed and extensive and the allegation is the so-called talking points that were formulated had a political input to try to make the obama administration's pointed you to stand up. they released e-mails they should not released because they had executive privilege in an attempt to make this story go away so the president can spend his time being presidential in getting legislation through. >> can he do that? people in washington are asking if he is going to be a lame duck? haveur four years he will the car and jet and hill to the cheap played whenever he walks into the room. the timeta
as well, some as president obama. and eventually they all stripped down to their underwear. at one point it got pretty steamy in the courtroom when ruby the heart stealer lifted up her hem line to show how she would flash her lingerie to the men and silvio berlusconi at the parties. with all this hard to believe she was actually original here on the witness list for the defense. obviously they've changed their strategy there as prosecutors are focusing on the fact that ruby was just 16 years old in her first party appearances. three silvio berlusconi aides include an executive from hid media empire, a former hefp dental assistance and a talent agent. we'll keep yo you posted. jon: a significant medical breakthrough. scientists cloning human stem cells for the first time. and sr-pbs thaand advance that could enable transplants and better treatments. the doctor is here to explain this medical marvel next. . ee. arthel: "happening now" scientists reporting a major medical breakthrough. using cloning techniques to convert human skin cells into embryonic stem cells. this may mean a host of ne
>> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you. >> the time for change has come! chris: the taxman cometh. the fact that president obama doesn't know these i.r.s. people does him no good. the u.s. government serves the people and he is the one in charge. when the cincinnati office of the i.r.s. goes rogue, it's his job to show who is boss. why didn't he jump on it. taking charge. this president and his democrat alies need to show they own the i.r.s. story. and finally, told you so. the writers said again and again the government is no good. does this ineptitude from targeting the tea party to targeting the "associated press" cause for mitch mcconnell to grab control of the senate. i'm chris matthews. th us today, howard fineman, gloria borger, hunt hunt and -- kasie hunt, david ignatius. they may have resonated out in the country this week, passive, leading from behind. the opponents have ramped it up to challenge the president's very integrity. here is the republican chairman of the house ways and mea
there is adequate funding for what is necessary out there. >> president obama reacting to comparisons some made between him and former president nixon who was brought down by the watergate scandal. the white house is playing defense on the three scandal. irs, benghazi and ap. there is questions about what impact this will have on the president's leadership? joining us with thoughts on this is former chief of staff to president george bush,andy carr. >> i am so thrilled to be here and yes, second terms do create college challenges. >> they do. you had a front row seat to history of course and you know what impact a crisis can have on the white house. there is drama of course. and as these scandals unfold there is a lot of talk that the president is a by stander than a leader. your reaction to that? >> i hope president obama is just as outraged as america is about what happened in the irs. that is outrageous no matter your political stripe and partisan nature and if i los foe. and i hope he is angry he was misled about the facts in benghazi. maybe he was not told the truth in benghazi and i hope
] choke that down. now, listen to me. and listen close. all of these scandals could add up to very bad repercussions for the obama administration. many conservative republicans are entitled to their moment of righteousness but guess what? history didn't start friday. and obama administration transgressions don't wipe away yours which are many and grievous. enjoy watching your friends have their fun but tweedal-dick and tweedal-rum don't get to join the party. it's like this. it's like this. ( cheers and applause ) that's mike tyson. he doesn't get to make fun of someone's ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight former united states senator from the state of maine. her new book is called fighting common ground. please welcome to the program olympia snowe. how are you? nice to see you. >> wow. big audience. wow. >> jon: they're a fine, fine group of proud americans. >> great to be here jon: it is nice to be here. a very popular show. >> it is jon: here's the book right here. fighting for common ground. how to get the stalemate out of congress. you know what is so i
with developing news here in the nation's capital. we're expecting a joint news conference from president obama and prime minister david cameron. the president and prime minister sat down for talks the last hour that likely included anything from the civil war in syria to the upcoming g-8 summit in ireland. it's syria that's expected to dominate the discussion, after the twin bombs that killed more it and 46 people this weekend at the turkish border. the situation amping up as republicans hammer the obama administration hard on two fronts, one of this many here at home. front one, accusations of a coverup after the deaths of four american diplomats in benghazi and the fact that the administration edited those talking points 12 times. >> i'd call it a coverup. i would call it a coverup in the extent that there was willful removal of information which was obvious. >> some on capitol hill are calling for a select committee now to investigate who did what and when. >> i am willing,
department and make them think i am on my own down here? >> and if you lock at mr. hicks. they are not hostile to the obama administration. the foreign service and diplomat that exists in the state department are democratic and left loning. they would not be -- they feel they are tloun under the buzz. what can we expect to so unfold in the next few months and years. it could be a while before the layers of the onion come forth. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] from red lobster's chefs to your table our seafood dinner for two for just 25 dollars! first get salad and cheddar bay biscuits. then choose from a variety of seafood entrées. plus choose either an appezer or a dessert to share. offer ends soon at red lobster! where we sea food differently. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on sched
the confidence of people in the state department and make them think i am on my own down here? >> and if you lock at mr. hicks. they are not hostile to the obama administration. the foreign service and diplomat that exists in the state department are democratic and left loning. they would not be -- they feel they are tloun under the buzz. what can we expect to so unfold in the next few months and years. it could be a while before the layers of the onion come forth. we'll be right back. [ lisa ] my son is my world. he is the most awesome 5-year-old on the face of the planet. the most important thing is to know that he is safe. [ crash, alarm blaring ] it was shortly after midnight. these guys broke into the house. the alarm initially went off at 12:06. after a few seconds, adt called me. and the guys were caught by 12:29. [ male announcer ] when its your family trust adt fast response monitoring to help protect against burglary, fire, and high levels of carbon monoxide. when seconds count, the experience of adt matters. they kicked in the back door, but they did not steal my peace of mind. [ male
, what we have right now is an embarrassment for president obama and a warning to him, if you will. you know what? you've got to be really careful up and down the line because even small things such as this and make no mistake about it, it was no small thing to target one side of the political spectrum. with say we're going to make things difficult particularly in this election year. is it a case of people down the line and even those people involved? now, obviously, many republicans and some who are not think it had to be other people involved. what president obama needs, he doesn't need me to tell you, but he needs an immediate, really fast, but completely thorough investigation into this. and however bad the news is, put it out. >> what is the character of an investigation like that in sn does he name somebody from outside the administration? does he count on as his remarks indicated tonight, directing the secretary of the treasury department to make sure to hold those responsible for these failures? does he need to do, does he need to direct that something else happened that might n
after the media in their zeal to track down yet another leaker from the obama administration. get back to your calls and your comments on that. your calls at 866-55-press. how about this story? just a quick look at identity theft, again. this will from the state of georgia. the point i am making is that this happens all over the country all the time. down in georgia, they thought that at a college down there, they thought they had been under attack from multiple hackers but it turns out it was one former student who took social security numbers, dates of birth and other personal information from computer servers belonging to more than 8500 people. you've got to be protected against identity theft. i am with lifelock ultimate, the most comprehensive id theft protection ever. of course, life lock services can't protect you or your bank accounts if you are not a member. visit lifelock.com online or call and mention press10 for 10% off your lifelock ultimate membership. that number to call is 1-800-356-5977. 1-800-356-5967. before we go back to the phones, pe
of the irs has resigned. president barack obama made the announcement late this afternoon at the white house. steven miller was asked to step down in the aftermath of the irs scandal that showed the agency improperly targeted conservative groups. the president has called the irs conduct inexcusable. >>> days after revealing she had a double mastectomy angelina jolie says she is taking another radical step to reduce her risk of cancer. today the 37-year-old actress says she is planning surgery to have her ovaries removed. her doctors say she has a 50% chance of developing oi vair yen cancer. remember that took her mother's life at the age of 56. 70% of women who test positive for the gene have their ovaries removed. >>> what is hidden in your food could affect your health. >> 7 on your side's michael finney is here with a special investigation. >> if your dog has allergies you could be giving them food making them sick without even knowing you are doing it. parents are diligent about reading labels, but the labels don't tell the whole story. >> and powerball pandemonium. they have drawn the n
benghazi came down you were mitt romney's running mate trying to unseed president obama. do you believe, do you believe that the white house purposely misled the american people on benghazi to try to beat you and mitt romney and win the election? >> i don't know the answer to that question. so i'm not even going to speculate. that is what good oversight does. that is what this investigation is all about. which is why did they continue to perpetuate the story which they knew was not true you and what was the reason for doing so? so rather than make a conclusion before an investigation has been completed i think we just need to investigate this for the sake of good government. this is what the legislative branch does. that is what the separation of powers is all about, accountability of the executive branch by the legislative branch. i don't want to speculate as to why and what they did until we have all of the information. i think what we know right now is that they were misleading. >> chris: we have less than two minutes left, congressman. when you look at all of the scandals, irs, the subp
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